Very nice jazz from France.
There are a number of related posts on my site.
Epic Circus, the latest Renaud Louis-Servais Group album, receives very complimentary words at Jazz-Rock.com. (They call it “one of the best jazz-rock albums of all time”!) I wrote about the album here shortly after I received it. It *is* a great album and I listen to it quite often. It is so good to see Renaud get this well-deserved recognition.
Renaud Louis-Servais Group website here.
The new RLSG (Renaud Louis-Servais Group) album is now available online.
You can listen to tracks at : http://rvrb.fm/1Iz6rjv (ReverbNation) or visit Renaud’s Facebook site. Renaud Louis-servais There is some very exciting fusion there performed by Renaud and other top-rate musicians. [Virgil Donati (drums), Ouzoulias Aurélien (drums), Philippe Saisse (kb), Christophe Cravero (kb) and Henri Dorina (bass)] … Tracks are available for purchase at iTunes:
Renaud Louis Servais. Teaching is a big part of Renaud’s musical life. One aspect is teaching fusion guitar at GuitareLive. Here is a part of his lesson…an improvisation on Scott Henderson’s (Tribal Tech) “Peru”. Renaud’s improvisations are always worth posting, in my opinion. (By the way, fans are eagerly awaiting the new Renaud Louis-Servais Group‘s “Epic Circus” album. Pretty soon, I think…)
This is a video of “Epic Circus” performed at a recording session in L.A. when Renaud and the others were there early this year. Exciting and colorful musical tapestry. This is just one track of an album which will be released soon.
Here are the Facebook sites of the other fine RLSG musicians. (Renaud above)
Here are some related posts:
Here is another post from Prog Sphere. I’ve posted a number of videos and other items of Renaud-Louis-Servais . Some of you may be interested in a recent interview (in English) where he discusses his work, development, musical practices, etc. I’ve become very interested in Renaud’s work and style during the last couple of years.
[Tina S fans…the largest percentage of my viewers…also may be interested in Tina’s guitar teacher. Many have wanted to know more about Renaud.]
I thought I had posted this, but apparently not. Renaud has a number of wonderful improvisations on his YouTube site that I revisit time and again. This piece is a favorite without question!